I have a networked windows pc with 2 network interfaces. The first connects to a lan with ip address 10.1.. The second connects to another lan with ip address 10.2..
Maybe it's a dumb question, however is it possible to virtualize the second network interface, so that the pc can connect to the 2 lans?
If necessary, I may switch to linux or paravirtualization.
I want to send DHCP broadcast packets on the second lan, but not on the first lan. I want to do it with one single physical network interface. At the moment, I'm not using any virtualization software.
I have a device, which lives on the second lan, that requires a DHCP address on boot. I want my pc to respond on the second lan because on the first lan there is another DHCP server. This is the very reason for the whole "second lan" requirement: to avoid competition between DHCP servers.